Scarlet was excellent for her blood drawing for the coggins test. She didn't even flinch. When we got back Rhoda and Emily had groomed up Mytross and her colt and were taking pictures and videos. I haven't had a chance to render a video yet but here are a few pictures of them.
Scarlet was given a bath for some pictures now that she is back from Middle Grove. Rhoda was very pleased with how well she stood.
She got a tying lesson while they waited for her to dry
At 4 months old she is almost as tall as her dam, Ella.
Poor Emily has poison ivy all over her face with both eyes almost swollen shut.
We sure looked like a pair. It's amazing Rhoda was willing to be seen with us.
We barely made it back in time for the dress rehearsal of Saturday's vaulting performance. That got over just a few minutes before 6:00pm giving us a very short time to shower and get ready for church. At least we had clean feet!
Tim Funk had the service and wouldn't you know, he opened to where Jesus took the basin and towel and washed the disciples feet!